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1 Innovation in Teaching Alan Dix Lancaster University

2 note NOT… presenting best solutions or best practice WILL talk about … reflecting on experience developing solutions

3 examples... driving lesson p-learning and e-learning just-in-time theory

4 driving lesson

5 what happened removed external judgement – I didnt know intention allowed personal feedback – she did know enabled play and experiment – not goal directed

6 repeat 3 [forward 50 right 60] LOGO and Papert simple programming language plus turtle draw a triangle?

7 Montessori self correcting materials instant feedback no judgement

8 computers rapid feedback – before bad habits form – e.g. spelling checkers … but not correctors! low judgement …

9 computer personality work at Dundee – questionnaires and interviews – personal questions (medical) electronic versions – simple questionnaires – keyword based (like Elisa) – the more human-like the better – but better than real human

10 p-learning and e-learning

11 p-learning (physical learning) lectures tutorials and labs (20-30) small groups tutorials ? individual tutorials

12 p-learning e-learning lectures web labs ? tutorials bulletin boards & chat individual one-to-one

13 deconstruction and reconstruction p-learning e-learning deconstructionreconstruction

14 deconstruction find the real objectives lecture information, motivation, demonstration group tutorial collaboration, individual feedback lab + personal experience, physical materials

15 reconstruction potential media & meetings e-learning: web, CD-ROM, video, , bulletin boards, chat, webcam, streaming video/audio p-learning: weekend course, summer camp, monthly evening meeting, paper materials and books

16 reconstruction potential media & meetings e-learning: web, CD-ROM, video, , webcam, bulletin boards, chat, streaming video/audio p-learning: weekend course, monthly evening meeting, summer camp, paper materials and books match with objectives e.g. weekend course for motivation, group formation, demonstrations and hands on

17 just-in-time theory

18 mini-case studies context –week-log intensive course when technology doesnt work … –analyse why –use it as extended examples

19 Excel modes wouldnt close why? theory: –hidden mode –closure

20 does it work? weakness –knowing it is teaching time strengths –real example –introduces theory when relevant

21 ecological validity examples – one issue at a time – a good solution – from theory to practice

22 ecological validity examples – one issue at a time – a good solution – from theory to practice mini-case study – lots of relevant issues – no easy solution – tradeoffs – from practice to theory

23 passing on knowledge case studies, examples, patterns – good for use in practice – but how to generalise – textbooks full of theory! just-in-time theory – appropriate theory when needed

24 just-in-time theory appropriate theory – given when needed contextualised theory – apply theory in actual context – including trade-offs situated theory – make new theory if necessary

25 recap... driving lesson –feedback, play and judgement p-learning and e-learning –metamorphose fundamental learning just-in-time theory –ecologically valid examples, theory when it matters


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